Residents in tears after mystery gift giver pushes £100 bundles through doors
A mysterious gift giver has been spreading joy by posting envelopes stuffed with £100 through doors on Christmas Eve.
The letters were accompanied by a message stating the gift was a “random act of kindness” with residents in Clifton, Nottinghamshire, stunned by the generosity.
On Christmas Eve, a mystery benefactor went knocking door to door and dropping envelopes on mats and through letter boxes.
One family shared their surprise at being on the receiving end of the gift in the hours before Christmas Day.
Discussing the surprise with Nottinghamshire Live, mum-of-two Emma Crane explained: "There was a knock on the door, my son went to answer the door.
"There was an envelope on the floor.
"He looked outside and did not see anybody, I got an envelope which said 'Random Act of Kindness' and some money inside."
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The 41-year-old went on to describe the mystery gift giver as having a “heart of gold” and said her family were “overwhelmed” by the generous act.
Fellow resident Cherie Haynes also described the moment her family received an envelope too.
She said: "We just heard the letterbox go and thought it's probably one of those free newspapers".
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The 38-year-old continued: "I realised it was a Random Act of Kindness envelope, so I opened it with no major expectations.
"There was £100. It just set me off crying. It's really uplifted the whole morale of the house.
"I have no idea whatsoever [who delivered the letter]. it would be nice to be able to thank them personally."
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